Description: Interview of Dr. Leonard F. Fuller by Douglas M. Perham at his New Almaden Museum near San Jose, February 4, 1965. Fuller tells the story of the Federal Telegraph Company's electromagnet given to the University of California as part of Dr. Ernest Lawrence's first cyclotron; history of early Federal Telegraph transmitting stations along the Pacific Coast; plans for the China station in Shanghai, for which the electromagnets were originally manufactured; Douglas Perham's part in winding the electromagnet. Fuller ends with a short history of the Federal Telegraph Company.
This recording is part of the Perham Collection of Early Electronics.
Label on original container: 1-310
Call Number: 2003-47-8
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